Changing our perspective of “complete” may help us get more done.

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Over the past few weeks, the theme of “completion” has been coming up time and time again in client meetings. One might think “completion” is a pretty concrete line in the sand. Something is complete, or it’s not.¬† Miriam Webster defines¬†completion¬†as “the quality or state of being complete.” …